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Starting in 2006 all five cent coins were made with the multi-ply steel method, so there was no need to use the "P" (for plated, composition mark) designation any more. It was replaced with a new maple leaf logo for the Royal Canadian Mint, which was added below the Queen's effigy (where the P used to be located).
In 2003 a number of 25 cent coins were minted with the mint mark "W" (Winnipeg Mint) as well as the "P" composition mark. These coins were inserted into Uncirculated coin sets.
Fourth portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II, when she was 77 years old, facing right and surrounded by the inscription.
ELIZABETH II D·G·REGINA
A caribou is accompanied by the facial value and the country name. Engraver's initials below.